RingTv image Stuart Hall: Randy Caballero is in for the shock of his life

Stuart Hall: Randy Caballero is in for the shock of his life

Stuart Hall looks to become a two-time titleholder on Saturday when he meets Randy Caballero for the vacant IBF bantamweight belt in Monte Carlo. Hall is a 3-to-1 underdog but the 34-year-old pressure fighter is confident he’ll be too much for the undefeated youngster to handle.

RingTv image Video: experience THE RING digital edition and app today

Video: experience THE RING digital edition and app today

If you haven’t already experienced THE RING’s digital edition and app now is the time. The digital edition includes the photos, articles and ringside coverage of the magazine, as well as exclusive video features not available in hard copy, in a state-of-the-art package that can be viewed on your laptop, tablet or smart phone.

RingTv image Q&A: Suriyan Sor Rungvisai

Q&A: Suriyan Sor Rungvisai

Suriyan Sor Rungvisai challenges long-reigning WBC bantamweight titleholder Shinsuke Yamanaka on Wednesday in Tokyo, Japan. The former 115-pound beltholder spoke to RingTV.com about Yamanaka, fighting 17 times in two years, his Muy Thai kickboxing background and the tough Thai training regimen.

RingTv image Video: Tim Bradley, Maurico Herrera, Jose Benavides Jr. interviews

Video: Tim Bradley, Maurico Herrera, Jose Benavides Jr. interviews

RingTV’s Alan Massengale spoke with Tim Bradley about his loss to Manny Pacquiao and his Dec. 13 showdown with Diego Chaves at the kick-off press conference for the HBO-televised fight. Massengale also spoke to Mauricio Herrera and Jose Benavides Jr., who fight in the co-featured bout at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.

RingTv image Video: Roy Jones Jr. talks Golovkin vs. Ward, plus Walters and Donaire

Video: Roy Jones Jr. talks Golovkin vs. Ward, plus Walters and Donaire

RingTV caught up with Roy Jones Jr. after the HBO-televised “Mexican Style” card on Oct. 18. Jones says Nicholas Walters is the new star of the featherweight division, Nonito Donaire should go back down to 122 pounds, and Gennady Golovkin should fight Andre Ward. “Give the fans what they want,” Jones said.